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Addressing School Maintenance without Money

Many schools across the Clark County School District are crumbling. Broken air conditioners, leaky roofs and cracked paint are just a few problems facing older schools in the district. Officials in the district recognize the need for maintenance and repair of school buildings but are struggling to pay for it. The School District estimates it needs about $5.1 billion to make repairs over the next decade. We discuss how the district plans on making school repairs it can't afford.
 
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Jeff Weiler, CFO, CCSD
Tim Adams, Principal, Rex Bell Elementary School

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Monday, January 16, 2012

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